Google for Entrepreneurs Program

  • Detroit Becomes One of Google’s Seven Tech Hubs in North America

    Internet giant Google launched last week a new network for tech startups that’s part of the company’s “Google for Entrepreneurs”, a two-year initiative currently operating in more than 100 countries that helps foster entrepreneurship and add new jobs in communities from all over the world.

    Detroit 03 October 2013 15:13

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